There are various definitions of a cell (3+-brane).

Geometrically, a cell is any bounded categorical unit of/as a function space that introduces algebraic variety, itself the quantum of some complex system.

In computer architecture, a cell is a processor of the parimutuelity between [hyper/hypo]* variables (upstream vs. downstream) in some systolic array.** = conductor As a rule-of-thumb, typically, the more networked cells, the more computational power available (but also higher 🔋energy usage), since more computing power results in a greater efficiency and faster calculations. (see cellular automaton, quantumquotient [conductor], Egglepple [electrolyte], 🧠brainbrane)